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John OXENBRIDGE
Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, 08 Nov., 1625.
S. of Daniel (above), M.D. B. at Daventry, Northamptonshire , 1608 . Bapt. 31 Jan., 1608/9.
Matric. 1626 .
Migrated to Magdalen Hall, Oxford [ Oxfordshire ].
B.A. 1628 ;
M.A. 1631 .
Became tutor at Magdalen Hall, but deprived by Laud for drawing up a document for the better government of the society and persuading his scholars to subscribe, 1634 .
Went to the Bermuda , where he exercised the ministry.
Returned to England , 1641 .
P.C. of Beverley [ East Riding of Yorkshire ], 1646 .
Preached in various parts of the country.
Lecturer at Berwick-on-Tweed [ Northumberland ].
Appointed a Fellow of Eton [ Buckinghamshire ], 1652 .
Formed a friendship with Andrew Marvell.
Silenced by the Act of Uniformity, 1662 .
Emigrated to Surinam , thence to Barbados and subsequently to Boston, Massachusetts [cu] USA [/cu]., 1670 .
Appointed pastor of the meeting House at Boston [ Massachusetts ] [ USA ], 1670-4 .
Author, religious.
Died at Boston [ Massachusetts ] [ USA ], 28 Dec., 1674.
Another of these names adm. at Lincoln College, Oxford [ Oxfordshire ], 1623, with whom he is apparently confused both by Harwood and J. Foster in Al. Oxon.
( D.N.B.; Sussex Archaeol. Coll., XII. 206; E. A. Jones, The Old Silver of the American Churches .)
John OXENBRIDGE
Approx. lifespan: 1608–1674
Adm. pens. at Emmanuel College 1625:11:08
s. of Daniel OXENBRIDGE (1612) M.D. B. at Daventry, Northamptonshire 1608
Bapt. 1608/9:01:31
Matric. 1626
Migrated to Magdalen Hall [Oxford]
B.A. 1628
M.A. 1631
Became tutor at Magdalen Hall [Oxford] but deprived by Laud for drawing up a document for the better government of the society and persuading his scholars to subscribe 1634
Went to the Bermuda where he exercised the ministry.
Returned to England 1641
P.C. of Beverley, [ East Riding of Yorkshire ] 1646
Preached in various parts of the country.
Lecturer at Berwick-on-Tweed, [ Northumberland ]
Appointed a Fellow of Sch: Eton 1652
Formed a friendship with Andrew Marvell.
Silenced by the Act of Uniformity 1662
Emigrated to Surinam thence to Barbados and subsequently to Boston, Massachusetts , USA . 1670
Appointed pastor of the meeting House at Boston, [ Massachusetts ], [ USA ] 1670-74
Author, religious.
Died at Boston, [ Massachusetts ], [ USA ] 1674:12:28
Another of these names adm. at Lincoln College [Oxford] 1623 with whom he is apparently confused both by Harwood and J. Foster in Al. Oxon.
( D.N.B.; Sussex Archaeol
Coll.
, XII. 206; E. A. Jones, The Old Silver of the American Churches .)

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